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Re: [tor-talk] "Confidant Mail"



On Tue, 03 Feb 2015 21:28:42 -0800, Andrew Roffey <andrew@roffey.org> wrote:
I don't suppose one could purchase a dummy domain with Namecheap and
then ask them to sign a certificate for the real domain (with another
provider)? I suspect not, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

That's a damn fine questionp. My guess without doing any testing would be 'no' as well.

During the four step order process, you are presented you with a selection of administrative domain email contact addresses where you want the approval and delivery emails sent. I believe these are pulled automatically from the registered domain(s) in the account. It's been a few months since I've run through the wizard so I can't remember exactly.

I wouldn't touch StartCOM with a ten foot pole myself, but other people seem to like them. The whole certificate authority business is a joke, but whaddya do. We're held hostage by this oligopoly of web browser software vendors.

I think projects like DNSchain are the way to resolve most of the problems with DNS and encryption certificates. Check out okturtles.com
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